Brantwood, Ruskin’s former home, reflects the huge variety of his interests and influence. Filled with his personal treasures and collections, it is currently showing special exhibition, Incandescence: Turner's Venice, and a display of historic and contemporary pottery celebrating the influence of Ruskin on Mingei and the folk art movement of Japan. Ruskin’s experimental gardens and estate reflect his lifelong commitment to understanding the relationship of man to the natural world.
Entry: Adults: £8.70 | Students: £7.05 | Children (16 and under): free
10% discount on entry ticket for all Valley Badge holders (30th June only)
Celebratory Valley badges are available from the Grizedale Arts office at the Coniston Institute on Saturday 29th June and Lawson Park on Sunday 30th June (see programme PDF for details).
No Booking Necessary, All Welcome